First, we sought gold and copper on a promising property in north-central British Columbia. In the '90s, we entered the arena of diamond exploration in the NWT. Now to our portfolio we have added the serious prospect of gold/copper, nickel, volcanogenic massive sulphide (VMS) deposits on the Providence Greenstone Belt in northern Canada ...
From our founding in 1981 and in our earliest days as a British Columbia-based exploration company (as Gerle Gold Ltd), the Company was focused primarily on gold and copper prospects.
In 1992, GGL saw an opportunity and ventured into diamond exploration on the Slave Craton in the Northwest Territories of Canada. Since that time, the Company has been engaged in the acquisition, exploration and development of diamond properties. We also began, in the early 90s, to develop what has since become a cornerstone of GGL’s exploration strategy – our extensive computerized data set.
Today, GGL has also become known for discovering a potentially significant area of nickel, VMS and gold mineralization, also in the Northwest Territories (NT) of Canada, in an area we refer to as the Providence Greenstone Belt (PGB). This project is is in the early stages of exploration.
Furthermore, with gold and other commodity prices increasing on world markets, GGL’s long-standing copper/gold holdings at McConnell Creek in British Columbia have taken on greater importance to the Company and its shareholders.
Over many years, GGL has developed a reputation for leveraging technology to lead its exploration activities and for developing a powerful proprietary database that has become the envy of the exploration community.